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Compensation for IRA victims wasn't set aside in Libya talks, says Straw

Former foreign secretary says dismantling chemical and nuclear weapons drive was a priority but demands were not held back Jack Straw, the former foreign secretary, has denied that British commercial relations with Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s Libya held back compensation demands for people killed or injured by IRA weapons supplied by Tripoli. Show More Summary

13 Times Hillary Clinton Was A Truly ‘Nasty Woman’

4. Leaving Four Americans to Die in Libya While serving as secretary of State, she pushed a group of Americans to stay at a U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya — despite the fact that other countries were withdrawing their diplomatic staff … Continued

Oil prices are too gloomy on chance of OPEC deal

Crude prices have wilted after Iraq joined Nigeria, Iran and Libya in seeking exemptions from production cuts. But this need not be the death knell of a deal to reduce output. Even a small reduction to production would balance a market that is now only narrowly oversupplied.

Wall Street's top oil watcher explains what's happening in Saudi Arabia, Russia, and Libya

Helima Croft, head of commodity strategy at RBC Capital Markets, spends her days keeping tabs on geopolitics and oil. Croft recently spoke with Business Insider about OPEC's agreement to limit production, how Russia and Iran play into...Show More Summary

Escaping Ebola: A Dangerous Journey From The Desert To The Mediterranean Sea

22 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Fleeing Sierra Leone for Europe, Fatima and her family endured a dangerous journey across six countries, the Sahara Desert and conflict-ridden Libya. And that was all before they joined the thousands who continue to risk their lives crossing the Mediterranean. Fatima has been on the run from an invisible terror for almost two years. Show More Summary

Amidst Chaos, Looted Antiquities Are ‘Gushing Out’ Of Libya

“One of the hardest-hit areas is the country’s eastern coastal region, which is rich in archaeological treasures from sites such as the ancient Greek and Roman city of Cyrene. International and Libyan specialists say that ‘random digging’ here is proceeding unchecked.”

Nearly as Many Migrants Died in the Mediterranean This Year as in All of 2015

yesterdayNews : NYTimes: News

“This is the worst we have ever seen,” a U.N. spokesman said. Almost nine in 10 died trying to cross from Libya to Italy.

Videos catch deadly French plane crash on Malta

Five French crew members killed when their plane used for monitoring migrants off Libya banked hard and crashed in a fireball

5 killed in Malta plane crash were part of French surveillance operation, government says

A small plane heading toward Libya's coast to monitor migrant trafficking routes for the French government crashed soon after takeoff from Malta's airport Monday, killing all five French crew members, authorities said. The twin-prop Fairchild Metroliner banked to the right and slammed into the...

Rescue crew's tough call: sail away to keep other migrants safe

Pal Erik Teigen had to make a tough call Saturday: sail a rescue ship away from desperate migrants in waters off the Libyan coast in order to safeguard the lives of others. The drama began at around 8 pm, 20 nautical miles off Libya,...Show More Summary

Libya: A Daunting Task Awaits the Next U.S. Administration

The December 7, 2015 political agreement signed by the representatives of the General National Congress in Tripoli (Western Libya) and the House of Representatives in Tobruk (Eastern Libya), along with the cast of other ad hoc political...Show More Summary

1,000 migrants rescued, 9 drown, off Libya

Horrific scenes unfolded in the Mediterranean off Libya Saturday as a full-to-capacity rescue ship was forced to sail away from desperate migrants trying to swim towards the rescuers. Nine people drowned and ten were missing after aShow More Summary

Ex-NATO boss: Libya still a 'model intervention'

"I don't think you can blame Hillary Clinton or NATO," says Anders Fogh Rasmussen on Libya's post-intervention collapse.

Libya naval forces deny charges of attack on migrant boat

TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libyan naval forces denied charges from a rescue organization that one of their crew had attacked a migrant boat packed with around 150 people, causing some to fall into the sea and at least four to drown, a spokesman said.

Failing Libya

By Alison Pargeter | ( OpenDemocracy) | – – If peace and national unity in Libya seem remote five years after the fall of the Qadhafi regime, western powers and the international…

The Hunt For Libya’s Lost Treasures

4 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

The chaos in the Middle East is turning the trickle of cultural artefacts appearing on the global art market into a flood.

Crisis in Libya: Who's to blame?

Former NATO head Anders Fogh Rasmussen defends intervention against Gaddafi, and we debate Kurdish independence in Iraq.

Bunkers and booby-traps as Islamic State makes a stand in Libya

SIRTE, Libya (Reuters) - Sheltering in tunnels, improvised bunkers and rooms fortified by sand-filled fridges, Islamic State is holding out in the Libyan city of Sirte, defending itself with snipers, booby-traps and car bombs against pro-government forces.

USS San Antonio to Begin Airstrikes on ISIS in Libya

The amphibious transport dock San Antonio has moved into the Mediterranean to conduct airstrikes on IISI targets in Libya.

Armed men attack migrant boat off Libya, four dead, 15 missing: NGO

Armed men have attacked a boat carrying migrants off Libya, leaving at least four dead and 15 missing, German NGO Sea-Watch said Friday. The assailants arrived aboard a vessel with Libyan coastguard insignia, and beat the migrants with clubs, sending many of them into the water, a Sea-Watch spokesman said. Show More Summary

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